In 2021, SMBs applied resilience and creativity to overcome incredulous financial challenges.
Small and medium-sized businesses often rely on capital, and many struggle to obtain financial backing. So, what lessons have been learned in 2021 and what does the future hold for SMBs?
Learn how to be finance flexible and improve your organization’s forecasting, planning, & budgeting for future growth at the SMB Finance Half-Day Leadership Forum. With a focus on readiness for unforeseen costs, steadying for a rebound, and managing cash flow to prepare for the unknown, you will learn proven finance tactics from industry leaders.
Attend the Argyle Digital: SMB Finance half-day forum, which will cover:
Organizations thrive on creativity, collaboration, and communication – but having too many “good ideas” can be detrimental to success. SMBs and their finance teams must be selective when it comes to good ideas, and the best decisions are often based upon a disciplined collaborative process within the context of multiple dimensions, whereas the worst decisions are often based upon one dimension. So, how can you make decisions about strategy and resource allocations that will drive value and increase profit?
In this insightful opening keynote, you will learn how to:
Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
CFOs and their dedicated teams have overcome yet another challenging year of unforeseen challenges, forcing organizations to continuously adapt to new realities. Small and midsize businesses, in particular, were forced to champion innovation and new transformations to remain agile. By replacing siloed work methodologies with meaningful collaboration, finance leaders are able to strengthen teams and steady organizational revenue.
In this timely panel discussion, you will learn how to:
Chief Financial Officer
Vice President of Finance
Senior Vice President Controller, Principal Accounting Officer
As the role of finance evolves, many organizations continue to invest heavily in the FP&A function to achieve more strategic insights and advance future planning capabilities. FP&A teams are critical to the overall finance function and provide extensive scenario modeling while monitoring key priorities including cash flow and liquidity. However, with the continuously changing economic landscape, CFOs are looking to reinvent the FP&A function to not only strengthen the entire enterprise but prepare for the future unknown.
Join this insightful keynote presentation, which will address how to:
Vice President, Advisory Services and Finance Transformation Practice
Field of Study:Finance
Advance Preparation:None required
Delivery Method:Group Internet-based
Recommended CPE Credit(s):1
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Please note that only those who attend the live event will have the opportunity to earn continuing professional education (CPE) credit in connection with this event. Because there is no charge to register for this event, there are no refunds following registration for this event.
To be eligible to earn one CPE credit during each session that offers attendees the opportunity to earn CPE credit, you must answer at least three polling questions while attending the session for a minimum of 50 minutes.
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